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πŸ—£οΈ Chrome thinks Safari's proposal for CSS masonry would be a mistake

Hey πŸ‘‹ Here's what this week looks like:

✨ Pair Icons & Typefaces Like a Pro

πŸ› οΈ Popover API & JavaScript Detection in CSS

🎨 Explore Websites Redefining Design

Dive in & stay inspired! πŸ‘‹ - Adam at Unicorn Club.

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A mechanism in CSS for β€œmasonry layout” was first proposed by Mozilla in January 2020 as an extension of CSS Grid, and implemented as an experiment behind a flag in Firefox Nightly.

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